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27
Mar
19.30

Spring winds from Armenia

Norayr Kartashyan & Menua brings winter-weary souls to life with instruments made of apricot trees.

Spring winds from Armenia

Norayr Kartashyan & Menua brings winter-weary souls to life with instruments made of apricot trees.

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Duduk is a traditional wind instrument made from apricot trees. And the ensemble Norayr Kartashyan & Menua brings winter-weary souls to life with duduks and other exciting wind instruments.

Menua is the name of the ensemble, composed and led by Norayr Kartashyan, who is also an instrument maker. Traditional Armenian woodwind instruments including new manufactured hybrids are included in the repertoire.

Duduk, blul, shvi, parkapzuk and zurna are the Armenian names for the woodwinds. With expressive arrangements interpretations of the country’s country music are made. Compositions that gently bloom, full of timeless beauty and warmth.

Get in the mood for the concert

DJ Said from Worldmusic Oasis plays in the foyer before the concert and the bar opens at 18.30. Bring all your friends and come!

The World in the Concert Hal

In the subscription The World in the Concert Hall you will find four hand-picked concerts with traditional folk music, modern ethnoswings and boundless combinations that buzz with energy. DJ Said from Worldmusic Oasis plays in the foyer before the concerts so we are loaded when the musicians start!

Participants


Norayr Kartashyan duduk, shvi, blul, pku


Grigor Kartashyan duduk, shvi, armensk säckpipa


Artur Mkrtumyan duduk, shvi


Edgar Petrosyan duduk, pku


Grigor Davtyan percussion


Levon Arakelyan cello


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